STANDARDS

A collection of standards used in secure information exchange

There are many different technological standards in place to aid exchange of information between different people and organisations. Here is an introduction to some of the most useful international standards in use.

ACPs – Allied Communications Publications

ACP standards are published by the Combined Communications Electronics Board (CCEB) to aid interoperability of military communications between five nations and interested parties. MORE DETAILS

OSI – Open Systems Interconnection

The OSI standards are published by the International Telecommunication Union and provide commercial standards on which Military Messaging Handling Handling Systems (MMHS) are built. MORE DETAILS

RFCs – Request For Comments

The RFC standards are published by the Internet Engineering Task Forum (IETF). They provide commercial standards on which Military Messaging Handling Systems (MMHS) are built. MORE DETAILS

SDN – Secure Data Networks

Standards published by National Security Agency. They are not publically available. They provide some of the security standards used in Military Handling Systems (MMHS). MORE DETAILS

STANAG – NATO Standards

The STANAG standards are published by NATO to provide common military or technical procedures for NATO members. MORE DETAILS

X/Open Standards

The Open Group maintain the X/Open standards. MORE DETAILS

 

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Information Exchange Gateways: Reference Architecture White Paper

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Information Exchange Gateways: Reference Architecture - To support a climate of coalition based operations and network enabled capability, NATO has defined the concept of an Information Exchange Gateway to facilitate secure communication between different security and management domains. MORE DETAILS
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